Sunday, 4 August 2013

Parco Caffe

Tucked in the corner of Raeburn Park which is located around Outram. I wouldn't have come across this place if not for a friend who is working there. According to my friend, this is where the old Gan Eng Seng Secondary school is located.

I love the deco of the restaurant. It's looks clean and white. Everything looks simple yet classy.

They do not serve you the usual complimentary bread that most similar restaurants do. Instead they serve this deep fried dough thing. I don't know what is it call but it is delicious! That explains why I only remember to take a picture of it after finishing almost half the plate. Dip it in the salsa sauce given, and you just can't stop eating it!

Mozzarella Caprese e Parma 

Buffalo Mozzarella served with Parma ham, tomatoes, lettuce and olives. A good starter to kick off the meal with. The ingredients used are fresh and they go perfectly well with one another. However according to B, the mozzarella is still not as good as those we had in Italy.

Price: $20

Tagliolini Neri Al Granchio

The squid ink pasta is homemade, thus explain the freshness. It is serve with deep fried soft shell crab, cherry tomatoes and asparagus and lobster bisque. Anytime for another plate of this. I like it!

Price: $23

Parco Caffe Tagliatelle Sull'Anatra

Homemade Tagliatelle served with Chianti wine, marinated duck and black olives. It is tagged with Chef's recommendation for this pasta. Well indeed a great recommendation. I love fresh and homemade pasta. The texture is very different as compared to those dried pasta easily available in any supermarkets. 

Price: $18

Prawn Aglio Olio

My friend requested for a out of menu pasta and they did it for her. It's just as nice, prawns used were fresh. I greatly recommend this place for the food, service and also the ambiance.

Address: 10 Raeburn Park Block A #01-18

Food: 4.5/5 Burps
Service:4/5 Burps
Price: 4/5 Burps

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